KB0013 - Moving PSU to another server
Below are Adam's comments on this topic from August 2nd, 2022:
We recommend either backing up and restoring that folder or by using a centralized source control system like Git. We offer git integration directly in PSU.
KB0015 - Offline PSU server has slow dashboards
Disclaimer Please be careful with changing any settings on your server around the Certificate Revocation List. You should only do this if you know what you are doing. Read the related Github articles (linked below) in their entirety. Symptom PSU ...
KB0011 - Are licenses different between Production, QA and Test/Development servers?
Update January 24th, 2023 Adam recently summarized the Developer's license per below: The only real limitation on the developer license is that it cannot be accessed remotely. The server is only available on loopback when using the dev license. If ...
KB0014 - Enterprise versus per-server licensing FAQ
Below are some questions commonly asked about the benefits of purchasing an Enterprise license vs. individual per-server licenses. Q: What is the benefit of an Enterprise license vs. a Per Server license? A: The Enterprise license allows an unlimited ...
KB0025 - Universal Server fails to start automatically
Applicability This article applies to PowerShell Universal (Kestrel version*) running on Windows. If you have PowerShell Universal running under IIS or another OS then this article does not apply. Symptom Even though the PowerShell Universal service ...
KB0024 - Moving a PowerShell Universal to a new git remote
Purpose The purpose of this document is to provide the steps necessary to migrate a PowerShell Universal git repository from one remote to another. Overview PowerShell Universal does not provide this functionality directly in the platform. You will ...